Parametric Transport Canopy for the Wellington Region. A sub-project of my Masters Thesis.
These parametric canopies were developed in conjunction with my thesis research. Focusing on early stage design, these canopies are designed to supplement a proposed Wellington Public Transport network.
This fully automated script defines an output based on several limited inputs. A three dimensional site is described and a simple boundary curve is defined. The script defines an output based on the number of patrons using the transport system and the facilities required to support the network.
Using a series of developed algorithms such as space syntax, live physics engines, structural analysis, metaballs and voronoi processes, each shelter is fully defined down to building components within a click of one button.
A range of outputs are featured with varying parameters to demonstrate the flexibility of the algorithm.